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Pioneer unveils the DJM-750Mk2

New four-channel mixer will be available from September

2017 Aug 06     
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The retail price for the UK has been set at £1,069

Pioneer has announced the latest addition to its mixer line-up. The DJM-750Mk2 is, as the name kinda points out, an upgraded edition of the DJM-750, but with the addition of several features borrowed from the company's flagship DJM-900NX2 mixer.

These include the Magvel crossfader, the Sound Color and Beat FX effects line-up, and the ability to apply FX to individual EQ bands (bass, midrange or treble). A 3.5mm headphone jack has been added next to the standard 1/4-inch jack (a move which will be welcomed by anyone who's ever misplaced their adaptor), while other key features include 64-bit DSP, AUX and Insert send/returns for hooking up outboard FX (plus a USB port so you can use FX apps on iOS devices), 4x phone/4x line/1x mic inputs, twin (XLR/RCA) master outputs, a dedicated booth output, and bundled licences for Pioneer's rekordbox dj and rekordbox dvs software.

The DJM-750Mk2 is available from September, priced £1,069 inc VAT. For full details, see Pioneer's own website.







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